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Darian Aaron is an American journalist and author of When Love Takes Over: A Celebration of SGL Couples of Color (iUniverse Publishing). He is the creator of Living Out Loud with Darian, a 2008 Black Weblog Award winner for Best LGBT Blog where he provides commentary on social, political, and religious issues that impact the African-American LGBT community.

He has served as a staff writer for urban gay publications mPower Miami Magazine as well as CLIK Magazine. He is also a contributing writer for Project Q Atlanta and GBM News. Darian's work has been featured in The Advocate, The Huffington Post, The LA Times, The Daily Voice, and The Georgia Voice.

His digital media presence is expansive having appeared on leading web portals such as AOL Black Voices, Rod 2.0 Beta, Pam’s House Blend, Keith Boykin.com, Concrete Loop and The Advocate.com to name a few.

He has appeared on local and national television outlets such as FOX News, CNN, & Atlanta’s Pride & Politics discussing marriage equality and equal rights for the LGBT community.

Currently pursuing a degree in journalism at Georgia Perimeter College his early training was received in musical theater at The American Musical & Dramatic Academy in New York City.

He currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia with his partner Joseph.